Information For Authors

Guidelines for Authors

Manuscript Submission Process

To submit a manuscript, authors must follow the instructions given below:

Types of Manuscripts

Research Articles:

Original research in the lab environment or field experience requires documentation which follows set of procedure results in research articles. These could be of full length papers, although authors are encouraged to make it concise as possible. Authors present research findings through documents with quality content and original illustrations.

Review Articles:

Authors present their research on a particular topic by searching other articles which could say secondary literature search. Ideally, the author searches for the topic from various sources and summarize them into a particular topic. It is a kind of search over the particular topic irrespective of own experimental findings.

Methodology Articles:

Research is always inconsistent in nature. It has been updated by incorporating advances in existing methods, test or procedure. Articles based on such research are called methodology articles. The method described may either be completely new, or may offer a better version of existing method.

It links the method with demonstrable advance on what is currently available. Articles should be described such a research which have been used well tested method, but not necessarily, used in a way that proves its value

Short Communications:

Short communication is an independent write up representing a significant research. It is not intended to publish preliminary results. The write up should not be more than 2500 words, and could include two figures or tables. It should have at least 8 references. Short communications are passed through peer review process.

Trends:

A Trends article is a brief description of timely topics. It highlights directions for research or practice. The write up should not be more than 2500 words and could include two figures or tables. It should have at least 8 references.

Case Study/ Case Reports:

Individual units such as a person, a group, and an event when followed by the thorough analysis is referred either case study or case report. It follows similar procedures for both social sciences and life sciences either descriptive or explanatory manner.

In medicine, a case report is a detailed report of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient. Case reports may contain a demographic profile of the patient, but usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence.

Research Reports:

In an organization, an analyst makes research upon specific topics, a currency, commodity or fixed income instrument or even on a geographic region or country and prepares a final document which is referred as research report. The research report published by Cloud Journals will be available free of cost on open access basis.

Monographs:

A monograph is a work of writing upon a single subject, usually by a single author. It is often a scholarly essay or learned treatise, and may be released in the manner of a book or journal article. It is by definition a single document that forms a complete text in itself. An author may therefore declare her or his own work to be a monograph by intent, or a reader or critic might define a given text as a monograph for the purpose of analysis. Normally the term is used for a work intended to be a complete and detailed exposition of a substantial subject at a level more advanced than that of a textbook.

Video Research Work:

Cloud Journal invites video research articles in all diverse areas of science, technology, medical, arts, humanities and management. We encourage all authors to publish their work with us as video journals.Cloud video journals facilitate your research by watching already done work to achieve the accuracy and betterment. You can see your applied techniques and methods n number of times and can reach at 100% accurate results.

 

Manuscripts Organization

Title:

The title should be research centric and short as possible. It should be 50 words maximum with Arial 14-point.

Author(s) Name:

First alphabet of names should be in capital letters with Arial 9-point. If there is more than one author please mention reference numbers by 1, 2… superscript and put comma between names.

The Address(es) and Affiliations of the Author(s):

Here affiliations are referred to details of authors’ home institutions at the time when their primary contribution to the research was carried out. Author should mention the current affiliations under acknowledgements if differs from home institutions. Text size should be Arial 9-point and presented through reference superscripts in case of additional authors.

Correspondence Email Address:

The e-mail address should be given of the corresponding author with his/her name.

Abstract:

The abstract is brief summary of undertaken research that includes objectives of the research, methodology being used, found results with foremost conclusions. It should be focused with self-explanatory to understand the complete research done. It should be written in complete sentences with Arial 10-point without subheadings.

Keywords

Please provide 3 to 6 keywords (indexing terms). Keywords should be given in the alphabetical order and should not repeat the words in the title. Keywords should be typed in italic 10-point Arial.

Introduction

Length of Introduction should be around 500 words maximum which include citations. The introduction should be brief preliminary explanation of the research which says about reasons for why the study has been undertaking as well as advantages and general outcome of the study.

Materials and Methods:

This is an important section of the manuscript which explains about materials and methods being used to perform the research. If any published procedure being used under the study should be properly referred. It also includes the brief description of materials if used with their affiliations. This section can be excluded for manuscripts that include only theory part of the research. It should be written with Arial 10-point.

Results and Discussion:

This section discusses the original experimental findings or any survey findings which should present clear and in concise manner. Appropriate statistical methods should be applied to verify numerical data being collected during experiments or survey. It should be tabulated with brief description. Discussion covers summary of principal findings of the research with facts from published findings or closely related research to check their feasibility. It should be presented in lucid manner; extensive and irrelevant discussion of literature is discouraged. This should not be more than 1500 words including citations

References:

References should be given at the end of the manuscript. Always use the full names of journals. Cite references in their present language, do not try to translate. The reference list should only include works that have been published or accepted for publication. Personal communications (or any unpublished work) should only be mentioned in the text. Reference could include following publications:

Cloud Publications uses Harvard style reference in the manuscripts. Please ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list and vice versa.

Use p. to reference a single page, and pp. for a range of pages.

A. In the Reference List

Journal Article:

One author

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title of article. Journal Title, Volume (issue number), page numbers.

Preiksaitis, H.G. 1996. Coordination of breathing and swallowing: effects of Bolus consistency and presentation in normal adults. Journal of Applied Physiology, 81(4), pp.1707-1714.

Two authors

Family name, INITIAL(S) and Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title of article. Journal Title, Volume(issue number), page numbers.

Preiksaitis, H.G. and Mills, C.A. 1996. Coordination of breathing and swallowing: effects of Bolus consistency and presentation in normal adults. Journal of Applied Physiology, 81(4), pp.1707-1714.

More than two authors

Family name, INITIAL(S), Family name, INITIAL(S), Family name, INITIAL(S) and Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title of article. Journal Title, Volume(issue number), page numbers.

Preiksaitis, H.G., Mills, C.A., Marck, J.B., Jessica, L.C. and Morgan, W.L. 1996. Coordination of breathing and swallowing: effects of Bolus consistency and presentation in normal adults. Journal of Applied Physiology, 81(4), pp.1707-1714.

Journal Article Online:

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title of article. Journal Title. [Online]. Volume(issue number), page numbers. [Date accessed]. Available from: URL

Emmy Mugisha and Gongxuan Zhang. 2017. Reliable multi-cloud storage architecture based on erasure code to improve storage performance and failure recovery. International Journal of Advanced Cloud Computing and Applied Research. [Online]. 3(1), pp.26-40. [15 June 2017]. Available from: http://technical.cloud-journals.com/index.php/IJACCAR/article/view/739.

Journal Article with DOI:

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title of article. Journal Title. [Online]. Volume(issue number), page numbers. DOI.

Emmy Mugisha and Gongxuan Zhang. 2017. Reliable multi-cloud storage architecture based on erasure code to improve storage performance and failure recovery. International Journal of Advanced Cloud Computing and Applied Research. 3(1), pp.26-40. DOI: 10.23953/cloud.ijaccar.260.

Book

One author

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title. Place of publication: Publisher.

Standring, S. 2008. The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice. Churchill - Livingstone: Elsevier.

Two authors

Family name, INITIAL(S). and Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title. Edition. Place of publication: Publisher.

Standring, S. and Marck, B.P. 2008. The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice. 2nd ed. Churchill Livingstone: Elsevier.

More than two authors

Family name, INITIAL(S), Family name, INITIAL(S) and Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title. Place of publication: Publisher.

Standring, S., Marck, B.P. and Mills, C.A. 2008. The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice. Churchill Livingstone: Elsevier.

Book Edition

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title. Edition number. Place of publication: Publisher.

Samuel, L.T. 1994. Turek's Orthopaedics: Principles and Their Application. 5th ed. Pennsylvania, United States: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Chapter of a Book (in edited book)

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Chapter title. In: Family name, INITIAL(S) (of editor). ed(s). Title of book. Place of publication: Publisher, page numbers.

Samuel, L.T. 1994. Formation and Development of the Musculoskeletal System. In: Marck, B.P. ed. Turek's Orthopaedics: Principles and Their Application. Pennsylvania, United States: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Report

Family name, INITIAL(S). and Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title. Edition. Place of publication: Publisher.

Dissertation/Thesis

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title. Type of qualification, academic institution.

Johan, P. 1959. Care and Child Nutrition. M.S. thesis, Dept. of Nursing, the Delhi State University.

Conference Paper or Conference Proceedings/Extended Abstracts

Print

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title of paper. In: Family name, INITIAL(S) (of editor if known). ed. Title of conference proceedings, date of conference, location of conference. Place of publication: Publisher, page number(s).

Online

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title of paper. In: Family name, INITIAL(S) (of editor if known). ed. Title of conference proceedings, date of conference, location of conference. [Online]. Place of publication: Publisher, page number(s). [Date accessed]. Available from: URL

Conference Presentation

Family name, INITIAL(S) (of the presenter). Year. Title of the presentation. Title of conference, date of conference, location of conference.

Website or Webpage

Family name, INITIAL(S) (or company name). Year. Title. [Online]. [Date accessed]. Available from: URL

Satheesh, S. and Godwin Wesley, S. 2009. Impact of December 26, 2004 Tsunami on the Hydrobiology of Kudankulam Coast, Gulf of Mannar, India. [Online]. [Accessed 19 December 2013]. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18642096

Software

Developer. Year. Title of software (Version number). [Software]. [Date accessed].

Newspaper

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title of article. Newspaper title. Date, page number(s).

David Brooks, 2012. Thurston Howell Romney. The New York Times. 17 September.

Newspaper Article (online)

Family name, INITIAL(S). Year. Title of article. Newspaper title. [Online]. Date. [Date accessed]. Available from: URL

David Brooks, 2012. Thurston Howell Romney. The New York Times. [Online]. 17 September. [Accessed 24 November 2015]. Avaliable from: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/18/opinion/brooks-thurston-howell-romney.html

Reference Work

Title. Edition (if not first edition). Year. s.v. Section heading, page number of your quotation.

Encyclopedia Britannica. 10th ed. 1990. s.v. Human Genome Project, p.1200.

B. In Text-Referencing (examples)

Author name cited in the text:

The K-factor indicates the ability of soil to be eroded. The K-factor in this study was calculated by Borselli (2012) using the Kuery tool.

Author’s name not cited directly in the text:

Erodibility of soil refers to how easy that soil could be eroded. Soil erodibility factor depends on the properties (texture, organic content, gravel content and permeability) and the profile of the soil, thus it reflect the effect of the soil type (Renard et al., 1997)

More than one author cited in the text:

Boardman (1994) and Sabins (1997) have both determined…

Four or more authors cited in the text:

Abrams et al. (1983) found the value for..

More than one author not cited directly in the text:

The digitized study area for 1989, 2002 and 2016 was converted in the vector format (.shp) which was used for change detection (Balasaraswathi et al., 2016; Misra and Balaji, 2015; Scopélitis et al., 2009).

Tables:

Arabic numerals should be used to number the tables in ascending order and font size of table data should be Arial 9-point. Tools of Table should be used to prepare the tables and avoid the use of spreadsheets. Tables must be placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end. Table should be presented with a brief and self-explanatory title. Title of tables should be given at the top of the table by making table no bold italic and title should be Arial 9-point italic.

Figures

Figures should be numbered using Arabic numerals in the sequence they occur. For each figure, please supply a brief and self-explanatory legend. Figures have to be placed after conclusion and before references. Title of figures should be given at the bottom of the figure by making figure no bold italic and title should be Arial 9-point italic.

Acceptable formats: .jpeg/ .png/ .tif format

Acknowledgments:

Acknowledgements include details of research funding sources if applicable and about any technical or intellectual assistance provided through others those have no rights of authorship for this research. It can include presenting the gratitude towards your guide/team mates/at back end support. It should be written in Arial 9-point s and not more than 100 words.

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Unsuccessful Submission

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Article Processing Fee:(APF)

Why?

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